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    Key factors affecting the success of organic agriculture policy implementation in thai local communities 

    Pasupha Chinvarasopak; Ponlapat Burakom (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    Organic agriculture in Thailand officially became a public policy in 2005 and its current provisions are described in the Second National Strategic Plan for Organic Agriculture Development (2013-2016). While organic agriculture has been implemented for a decade and while the global growth rate of organic agriculture has increased; the amount of land dedicated to organic agriculture in Thailand has increased at a rate of only 0.1% annually and comprises only 0.2% of the total land in the nation under cultivation. This is in sharp contrast ...